Eric Stephanian: LUCAS

Armenia – 




“Lucas is a self-published zine by Eric Stephanian, about the only meeting Eric had with his son. It might not be the most attractive publication, but that one picture that Eric took of his son, zooms out into a 16 page zine and is enough to leave a strong impact on the reader.” – Manik Katyal

Title of publication: LUCAS
Name of artist: Stephanian
Publication date: 2013 July
Place of publication: Paris , France
Edition size: 150
Format: Softcover
Size: 20 X 30
Number of pages: 16 
Type of printing: Digital
Type of paper: Recycled
Name of printer: Xerox
Number of pictures: 1
Price: Sold Out
Description of book: none

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